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Develop your chipping and pitching technique and avoid making 3 of the most common mistakes I see when golfers chip a golf ball. Whether you would like to stop thinning your chips, learn distance control or simply learn a solid chipping technique then I hope this golf lesson helps you.

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See also  Junior Golf Tips: Chipping

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Mark Plewacki says:

Perfectly timed….My chipping this past week was horrible. Good fixes. Thanks!

Joe Blogs says:

Best instruction I've seen on chipping . Well done mate.

Daniel Finerty says:

HERRYEBODYOIM DANNY MAUDE! ? thx for the tips!

alan carlyon says:

Another perfect demo in how to chip. spot on Danny!That's the way I do it! – On a good day!!

Randy Brown says:

This is called pitching.

Not chipping.

Good grief!

Greg Grice says:

The rule of 12 is a great start point. Simlpy means if you want to fly it ten yards and roll it 30 yards IE 3 t0 1 simple math is 12 -3 =9 a 9 iron is the club then you just need to adjust for Grade and roll
So fly 1 roll 5 would be 5-12 – 7 iron now you have an uphill you might go with a 6 or a fast green down hill maybe an 8. Simple rule of 12 anyone can remember a dozen.

Tony Middlehurst says:

Why is my pro telling me to do forward shaft lean on chips???

orlandos singiten says:

talking talking talking

Mark Reed says:

Some of the best instructional videos I’ve ever watched. Thankyou

Þorsteinn 'Olafsson says:

Hi and thanks for all the good videos.
I was wondering. When you turn back and through does the bellybutton turn in sinc with the hands and arms?
I think I take my club only with the shoulders. Somewhat like a fake turn. Then the club isn't really in front off the body. Does this make any sense?

Mike Iafeta says:

Thankyou so much

Steve Landers says:

Danny, it is very hard for me not to set up with way to much shaft lean. Setting up with neutral lean feels very unnatural for me. Any tips?

Chris Norris says:

So glad I found your channel. I have many of your vids saved. You are an incredible teacher, great energy and simple instruction that is easy to understand and apply. Thank you!

Dave Stickland says:

Struggling to transfer practice skills to the course. All is fine in practice and confidence high. On the course mid round and I fall to pieces! Get all wristy. Any ideas to solve this welcomed as it is killing my game!

charlie arnold says:

Great tuition, Danny. I will certainly be trying out your tips.

mabblers says:

Great video, what about if the ball is buried below high grass? Thanks

ben gurion says:

Excellent BUT do nouse the terms left and right. It's confusing to us lefties.

Simon White says:

Fantastic instruction Danny, thanks very much

Banyen Kirivong says:

That's another great lesson Danny .Merci beaucoup .. Will practiced indoor while outside is -2degree ❄️? untill next week ?

Ross Duff says:

chipping is one of my major challenges as you can imagine after being away from golf for 30 years!! This definitely gives me a strategy for practicing and training my swing for those pesky chip shots!! Thanks Partner!!

David Willacy says:

Thanks for the great video Danny. I play on a links course and very often have more or less no grass of any length under the ball. I find that using a sand iron in these situations just makes thinning the ball more or less inevitable. Any suggestions for this? Use a gap wedge maybe, hit closer to behind the ball?

David Zoller says:

Hi Danny, love your instructions. As an 85y/o golfer I have lost a lot of distance over the past 10 years. One of the things I have done to compensate is go to hybrids throughout my bag PW-3 IRON. What i have found is that my chipping with PW through 8 iron has improved. I am striking it cleanly and getting a more dependable roll out. Any thoughts?

David Ryan says:

Thanks Danny I can't wait to perfect this shot

Robert Brown says:

Danny another great video. I notice there are a few scrubby bits around behind your heels, and Murphy's law always seems to apply when I'm out playing a competitive game and I find myself in a muddy bit where the grass ends and the ball sinks down. What to use – hybrid? # 2 machette? (is that a 15th club?)  or a scalpel  to the throat?

Peter Caskey says:

Great video as usual. I am nearly 70, but just getting enough time now to concentrate properly on my game. I am having lessons, and your clearly explained videos really help, thanks.

luke hall says:

Love your videos mate keep it up

larkie57 says:

Another great teaching vid Danny – much appreciated. A very good time of the year to practice these techniques – the approaches to some of our greens at Market Rasen (wonderful course!!) are very wet and the ground gets a bit like wet plasticine = lots of too thin or too fat chips if you don't get it just right. Thanks again – Steve

ScottoSoHotto82 says:

Definitely going to give this a go! I'm definitely guilty of the first 2 faults. However…I think I'm going to use a 1 pound note for fault 2 haha!

The Average Golfer Sway Baez says:

What I love about your golf videos is that that most Important thing no matter what club you have on your hands is…. CLUB PATH! Without club path being correct you cannot play consistent golf from the tee, bunkers to the greens! Love It!

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